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    Timeless heart

    This is book 2 in the heroes of time travel anthology. This is a very short book of 154 pages, to be honest its more like a novella. The book is humorous, recommended for Adult reading. Sandra a burned out teacher, whilst on a walk in the woods discovers a regency carriage. Jerrod, a man from 1821, sits inside the carriage, wondering how he left Cornwall, England and his mine. The characters are delightful, the way they interact, and try to resolve issues. Many of which relate to different expectations from the time periods, they both live in. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. thank -you.
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    Was he just a man of his time or?

    A change of pace time-travel tale in this one the traveler in this is the gentleman Jerrod Ross he is in the future, not the past. Our lady is a teacher Sandra Cranston who finds Jerrod in a carriage from 1800’s. What is a poor girl to do but take him home? As the reader journeys through this there is the attraction and yes gang some steam too. I liked the characters there is drama in this piece will he stay or go? I enjoyed the book and I am happy to recommend it. I did receive a free copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review it.
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    Timeless Heart!

    I enjoyed Sandra and Jerrod's time travel romance. It's a fairly quick read that is sweet, cute and entertaining. I really like the Darcy moment in the end. It's bring together Regency with modern and makes for one good story. I don't usually pick up time travel stories but really enjoyed this one.
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    Pure Delight

    I am not quite sure what I was expecting from this book. I believed it would be like a lot of other time travel romances that I read, but I was delightfully wrong. It seems like most time-travel romances can be somewhat serious, which is fine as I love serious historical romance. Most time-travel romance also seems to go back to the past or spend the bulk of the story in the historical time. This particular time travel romance is simply funny, delightful, and not really serious or stuffy at all. Honestly, I think I could call it pure escape, and I don't think I've ever called a book that precisely. It gets a little more serious at times as they grow to care about each other and their predicament, but the bulk of the book is not. It also mostly takes place in the present, as our hero has come forward in time to 2015 Nova Scotia. Our hero, Jerrod, was an absolute Delight. He reminded me at times of an irritable Mr. Darcy (at least at first), if Mr. Darcy was having a particularly bad day and had no filter. This made for many amusing scenes and dialogue exchanges. He was just a lot of fun; the changes of modern life intrigued him, as he does figure out rather quickly that he has time-traveled (quicker than the heroine). He's fascinated by flushing toilets and electricity. Our heroine doesn't know quite what to think at first when she discovers an 18th-century carriage overturned in the woods near her, complete with a man dressed in Regency garb. If she decides to just roll with it, imagining that he is doing some sort of cosplay or LARPing. I could go on, but this book is just so much fun that if what I've said intrigues you at all, just grab it and prepare to be charmed.
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